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Watermarking Post Images Gets You More Traffic !!

We have earlier shared ways to get free targeted traffic for your blog and now here is an additional way to get absolutely free traffic just with image uploading. We visit a number of websites/blogs that contain images within them, watermarked with the site Url they are taken from.

The watermarked Url represents the source/origin of the idea or the image itself. So the trick lies within i.e the link watermarked on the image is pasted by the owner of that website (to get promotion and traffic). In this way they get more traffic because many visitors tend to open that Url and search for more pics or content. So if you upload images to image sharing websites with your site Url pasted on it you are likely to get more and more visitors provided that the images you upload are of interest to them.

Here i found some sites where you can upload images and divert traffic towards your site.








Watermarking post images is a nice idea to generate traffic but you must always be cautious so as to avoid pasting links on copyrighted images or images that belong to other people.



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